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Defined in header <limits>
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enum float_denorm_style {

    denorm_indeterminate = -1,
    denorm_absent        = 0,
    denorm_present       = 1

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Enumeration constants of type std::float_denorm_style indicate support of subnormal values by floating-point types.

Enumeration constants

Name Definition
std::denorm_indeterminate Support of subnormal values cannot be determined
std::denorm_absent The type does not support subnormal values
std::denorm_present The type allows subnormal values

See also

[static]
identifies the denormalization style used by the floating-point type
(public static member constant) [edit]